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Introduction signed: Taw Sein Ko, government translator, Burma secretariat, 18th February 1892
"The Kalyānī inscriptions are situated at Zaingganaing, the western suburb of the town of Pegu. They comprise ten stone-slabs covered with inscriptions on the both sides and are arranged in a row ... The language of the first three stones in Pali, and that of the rest is Talaing, the latter being the translatory language of the Pali text."--Introd